The COVID pandemic has significantly changed the work environment with many people working from home. Some companies are beginning to ask their employees to return to the office, while others will implement a hybrid of in-office and remote environments. This new paradigm can be challenging for leaders as managing is no longer “business as usual”. Leadership traits must adapt to ensure inclusivity and accountability of all employees, especially those who work remotely. Leadership traits include effective communication, motivation, collaboration and trust. High emotional intelligence is most important when engaging virtually with others. Join us as we explore the traits of leadership and emotional intelligence in the virtual work environment.
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Describe the characteristics of emotional intelligence
Recognize the characteristics of emotional intelligence in a virtual leadership setting
Describe leadership traits necessary for managing in a virtual environment
MBA, MT(ASCP)SBB, CMQ/OE(ASQ),
Health Care Consultant